October 3, 2023

JetBlue Reservations: New bookings, changes, and cancellations

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If you are someone who loves to travel, there is no way that you will wait for the festive season or off-season to book your flight tickets. The truth is, you can discount your flight bookings at any time of the year. All you need to do is follow these simple tricks every time you are looking to Book a JetBlue flight.

Don’t book on the weekend: Contrary to popular belief, booking flights on the weekend is not at all a good idea. If you notice carefully, airfares usually go up on a Friday and start plummeting on a Monday or a Tuesday. According to my observation over a six-month period, Wednesdays and Thursdays are the cheapest days to book a flight ticket.

Opt for different airlines: Yes, most people think that booking a round-trip flight will be the most convenient. And yes, generally flights from one place to another are cheaper if you buy a return ticket. However, there is more to it than that. Do some research on different airlines and try to time your flight better – you may find a much better price for a flight!

Use flight comparison websites: Always remember to use a few flight comparison websites before you book your flight tickets, no matter how much of a hurry you are in. Websites like Skyscanner, Kayak, and Momondo are there to provide a detailed listing of flights to your desired destination, along with the comparative fares offered by different airlines. Also, avoid selecting a specific date for your departure–instead, select the entire month to know which is the cheapest time to fly.

Use incognito mode: Why do you think you see a raised amount almost every time you visit a flight booking website? Well, don’t take these portals for fools. Your cookies and server details are automatically recorded with these portals. So the moment the system reads that you are visiting the website for the second time and after a few days, it is bound to give you raised airfares. The best way to avoid this is use the private browsing mode or the popular Incognito mode in Chrome browsers. In case you are using the browser in the normal made, make sure you clear the cookies or simply open the website from a different browser or computer.

Book early: That might sound cliched, but there’s no better way to get a cheaper flight ticket than to plan your travel well in advance and book the tickets at that time. No matter what discounts or deals come by, booking early has always proved to be the best way to get discounted airfares.

From the booking process to the in-flight experience, here’s a step-by-step guide on what to expect when flying JetBlue.

Tips that save you Hundreds, When You Book JetBlue flight

JetBlue is well-known for having the most legroom in coach of any US airline. The airline also introduced the concept of live TV at every seat and continues to be the only US airline to have such in-flight entertainment on all of its flights. For these reasons, JetBlue is often near the top of US airline rankings.

Only JetBlue offers free, high-speed wi-fi at every seat, on every plane. Browse, buy, like, listen, surf, stream and so much more—from takeoff to touchdown.

What you can expect when flying JetBlue Mint: You’ll get quite a few extra perks besides just more legroom and lie-flat seats when you fly JetBlue Mint. Here are some of the highlights:

A faster airport experience: With Mint, you’ll have access to a dedicated check-in queue and expedited security lane. You’ll have priority boarding, making you one of the first on and off the plane. Plus, it’s not just you who gets off sooner — your bags will too, thanks to a preferred bag claim carousel.

Your second bag checked free: Mint Customers get not only their first bag checked free, but the second checked bag free too (up to 70 pounds). This benefit is only accessible to Mint flyers and JetBlue Mosaic members. Otherwise, Blue Plus customers and JetBlue Plus card members get their first bag checked free, but will have to pay $45 for the second.

Premium food: The economy-class snacks were already pretty good on JetBlue, so it only makes sense that the food on a Mint fare is even better. While menus vary by flight, expect items like pineapple French toast or smoked trout for breakfast and ceviche or beef tenderloin for dinner. Before you go, you’ll receive a bag of premium chocolate-covered cashews. Though, depending on who you ask, that might be a downgrade from the previous pre-arrival snack of a Milk Bar cookie.

Mixed drinks: Mint flyers are also offered wine and cocktails. Opt for the “Mint Condition” cocktail, named after the first-class cabin. This drink consists of Bombay Sapphire gin or Tito’s Handmade Vodka, ginger, lime, cucumber, and mint. There’s even an alcohol-free version, too.

A sleeping kit by Tuft & Needle: Once onboard, you’ll receive a sleeping kit designed by Tuft & Needle, which includes a convertible blanket with a built-in foot pocket, a memory foam-lined pillow with a pillowcase, an eye mask, and earplugs.

How to book a seat in JetBlue Mint: Can you upgrade to Mint after booking?
Yes, it’s possible to change your seat should you decide to upgrade to Mint later. But know that if you paid with points, you’ll have to use points to upgrade. Likewise, if you paid with cash or a card, you can only upgrade using that same payment method.

Check-In for a JetBlue Flight: You can check-in for your JetBlue flight online starting 24 hours prior to departure. Online check-in ends 40 minutes before departure for domestic travel and 60 minutes prior for international travel. You may also check in from an airport kiosk or with an agent at the airport. You must be checked in for your flight at least 20 minutes before departure for domestic travel (30 min. prior from FLL, JFK, and TPA) and 60 minutes prior for international travel.

If you have checked bags, the minimum required check-in time is 30 minutes prior to departure for domestic travel (40 min. from FLL, JFK, and TPA) and the same 60 minutes prior for international travel. JetBlue also has mobile check-in, where you can receive a boarding pass on your mobile device depending on your departure city and destination.

You’ll always find the lowest ticket prices on JetBlue.com: Skip airfare search engines like Orbitz, Expedia, and Travelocity, and book your flight right on JetBlue.com. Their Best Fare Guarantee ensures you get the cheapest fare on the Web.

Ask for more than one snack or drink: Say what?! All-you-can-eat snacks?! It’s true, JetBlue offers unlimited brand-name snacks and drinks — so if you’re hungry, ask for extra!

Pay for checked luggage when you book your flight and save $5: If you decide to check-in luggage after booking your flight, you’ll have to pay extra fees at the airport or online. (Checking in a bag at booking costs about $20.) So plan ahead and save!

Everyone gets free, high-speed Internet.
Just this past January 2017, JetBlue started offering free, high-speed Internet for flights within the contiguous US. Stream TV and video, shop on Amazon, and check your email without charge.

JetBlue has one of the best frequent flyer programs.
TrueBlue is JetBlue’s free frequent flyer program and is ranked #2 among domestic airlines (just behind Alaska Airlines). Earn up to 6 points for every dollar spent on flights booked directly from JetBlue.com.

  • There are no blackout dates for using points, and you can pool points as a family for a higher points balance that can be managed by one adult member in your household.
  • You can also earn and get exclusive access to savings at over 40 TrueBlue partners including Amazon, La Quinta, Budget, Lyft, and MasterCard.

Bring booster seats, strollers, and diaper bags free of charge: Did you know TSA will let parents bring more than the standard 3.4 oz of liquid through security? Let the security officer know that you have extra milk before hitting the x-ray.

And since JetBlue allows parents with infants to carry on an extra bag (a diaper bag), make sure you pack that bag with as much as it can handle to save you space in your carry-on or checked luggage.

Book a seat in the rear of the plane to ensure overhead space for your carry-on: There’s an upside to sitting in the back of the plane: you get to board first. Boarding early also means first dibs for overhead compartment space, so you don’t have to worry about checking in your carry-on at the gate.

Every JetBlue plane has a changing table in their bathroom: Yaaasss! This is another reason to love JetBlue. They’re just one of a few airlines that offer infant changing tables in every lavatory.

Get kid-friendly food and entertainment options on every flight.
Kids get unlimited free snacks and drinks like potato chips, Cheez-It crackers, chocolate chip cookies, and orange, cranberry, or apple juice.

There are also kid-friendly channels like Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and Animal Planet at every seat, so you don’t have to worry about keeping your kids entertained for too long.

Taking the red-eye? Get free shut-eye service: That cheap red-eye flight isn’t looking so bad anymore, especially since JetBlue started offering complimentary shut-eye service.

Available on all overnight flights from the West, shut-eye service provides a free eyeshade, earplugs, and a hot towel, coffee, orange juice, or spring water before landing.

Check your bags and get your boarding pass right in the app.
Get the free app on Apple and Android devices.

JetBlue is the first airline to accept Apple Pay as a form of payment when buying onboard food, drinks, and amenities. Right now it’s only available on select coast-to-coast flights, but by the end of 2017, expect to use it on all flights!

Phone Number for Jetblue Customer Support & Services

Jetblue Reservations Phone Number in North America

Jetblue Reservations Numbers United States(888) 635-5228
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Bahamas1-800-538-2583
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Barbados1-877-596-2413
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Bermuda1-800-884-9616
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Costa Rica0800-012-1666
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Cuba800 52583
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Domsican Republic809-200-9898
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Grand Cayman1-855-710-2951
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Grenada1-8558402106
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Haiti2229-2583
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Jamaica1-800-963-3014
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Mexico001-800-861-3372
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Sat Lucia1-877-766-9614
Jetblue Reservations Numbers St. Maarten001-877-306-4939
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Turks & Caicos1-877-390-5447

Jetblue Reservations Phone Number in Europe

Jetblue Reservations Numbers Germany0800-6648288
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Ireland1-800-657427

Jetblue Reservations Phone Number in South America

Jetblue Reservations Numbers Aruba297-588-5388
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Colombia01800-9-156761
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Curacao0800-0258
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Ecuador800-538-2583
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Peru80051061
Jetblue Reservations Numbers Trsidad & Tobago1-800-538-2583

Jetblue Reservations Phone Number for all other countries (toll call)- 1-801-449-2525

Jetblue Reservations Numbers for all other countries (toll call): 1-801-449-2525
Executive Contacts
Primary ContactSecondary Contact
Jesse Horsley Shauntel Lizzarazo 
General Manager Customer Experience SupportDirector Customer Experience Support
27-01 Queens Plaza North27-01 Queens Plaza North
Long Island, NY 11101Long Island, NY 11101
Jonathan ShamoIan Deason
 Senior Vice President, Customer Experience
General Manager Customer Experience Support27-01 Queens Plaza North
 Long Island, NY 11101
Email: Jonathan.Shamo@jetblue.comIan.Deason@jetblue.com
Chief Executive
Robin Hayes
27-01 Queens Plaza North
Long Island, NY 11101

Flying JetBlue with Kids

Free in-flight entertainment keeps you and your kids occupied: When JetBlue introduced complimentary DirectTV to their flights it gave the airline a real competitive advantage over others. Having a live TV feed isn’t quite as necessary these days with the simplicity of an iPad, but it’s still great to have as a backup option on flights to entertain your kids.

Enjoy free gate-to-gate Wi-Fi with JetBlue’s FlyFi: JetBlue offers free in-flight Wi-Fi and streaming on Amazon Prime for all passengers. You can watch movies, listen to music, or surf the web, depending on your needs. I’ve had good experiences with the service and it works well most of the time.. As noted above, Amazon Prime members can stream Prime Video titles onboard and the bandwidth certainly can handle it.

One little-known benefit on JetBlue – you receive 3 JetBlue points per dollar when shopping at Amazon on board, so perhaps plan to make a few regular family purchases when you’re in flight.

If you’re going to check bags, pay in advance to save some money
If you’re going to check bags, pay in advance to save some money

For domestic flights, JetBlue charges $35 for your first checked bag and $45 for your second for all fares except JetBlue Plus which comes with one included checked bag. Be sure to check in one bag per person first to keep it at the $35 price point. Also, if you pay for your checked bags more than 24 hours in advance of your flight you can save $5 on both your first and second checked bags. If you are on a Blue Basic fare and try to bring a carry-on bag to put in the overhead bin, they will charge you $65 to check it at the gate, so be careful!

If you’re going to fly JetBlue for more than one roundtrip per year and need to check bags, you might want to consider getting the JetBlue Plus card – you and up to three companions will each get one complimentary checked bag on every flight. The card carries an annual fee of $99 but four checked bags per year wipes that cost away, so it’s definitely something worth considering.

Change your flights for free for all fares except Blue Basic: After June 7, 2021, any changes you need to make to Blue Basic fares will cost you $100 per change per passenger. But the good news is, all other JetBlue fares will allow you to change your flights for free! You just need to pay any applicable fare differences.

You can also make same-day flight changes for $75 to a different flight. But since you can change for free before that window it’s better to make your changes in advance if you can.

You can board after Group A if you have small children: f you’re traveling with young children, JetBlue will allow your family to board after Group A. This definitely helps out if you need some extra time to get your family settled on the plane.

On one page on JetBlue’s website, the airline indicates that this boarding perk is for families with children under age 2. On another, it says simply that it’s for “customers with small children.” Practices could vary a little bit depending on the particular airport or gate agent you encounter. In my experience, if you are boarding with kids under school age – especially if you have a car seat or stroller to gate check – you’ll have no problem accessing this boarding group.

Enjoy complimentary snacks, but don’t expect a full meal: While JetBlue offers a nice selection of complimentary snacks including my favorite, Terra Blue chips, don’t expect a true meal on most flights. You can also buy snacks and “Eat-Up” boxes, but these extra purchases aren’t super filling. A select few cross-country and international flights have a couple of sandwiches and salads for purchase but can’t be relied upon. If you are worried your kids will get hungry on the plane, you might want to pack your own sandwiches or something with protein from home before your trip.

JetBlue seats offer a decent amount of legroom, but if you want more you can purchase Even More Space seats: On JetBlue, you’ll get at least 32 inches of pitch (legroom) on standard seats, which beats a lot of other domestic carriers. But it’s also good to know you have the option to purchase Even More Space seats on your flight if you’re worried about extra squirmy kids. This will give you at least 37 and up to 41 inches of legroom – you’ll feel a real difference sitting in these seats. While these seats can be pricey, you may find it worth it on longer flights.

You can even purchase Even More Space seats on Blue Basic tickets, which effectively gets around the charge for choosing seats greater than 24 hours before your trip.

You can pool points between family members for award flights: JetBlue’s TrueBlue program is one of my favorite airline loyalty programs. It uses a simple structure that’s easy to understand, and it’s easy to use your points to purchase flights.

Jetblue FAQ’s

Where can I buy JetBlue Airways tickets?

Take a look at our destinations page to see where a Jetblue Airways booking can take you. The carrier has hundreds of flights to domestic destinations across the United States as well as top international locales in the Caribbean and South America.

How to reserve for JetBlue?

When you make reservations for flights, hotels, or car rentals on Expedia.com, enter your program name and membership number to see if you are eligible for JetBlue Frequent Flyer mileage. If your bookings qualify, contact JetBlue to guarantee you receive the appropriate points.

Are JetBlue Airways flights good?

With some of the lowest fares in the industry, Jetblue Airways flights offer great value for the money, allowing you to stretch your travel dollar further with a variety of specials and deals. Let Expedia help you with Jetblue Airways reservations.

How much does a JetBlue Airways ticket cost?

Cheap JetBlue Airways Flights. JetBlue Airways’s average ticket price of $759 is cheaper than the mid-size carriers’ average of $1,407. You could save approximately $648 traveling with B6. Passengers flying on JetBlue Airways usually for around two weeks.

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